Hall opens selection process for supervisory agent with higher wage to R $ 2 one thousand

They will be offered 100 vagas para a Subsecretaria Municipal de Abastecimento, Fairs and Markets; contrato terá duração de um ano e a carga horária é de 40 week hours.
12/12/2017 16h21 - Updated 13/12/2017 18h41
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Registrations of Selective Simplified process for hiring enforcement agents of the Manaus City Hall begin at 9 am Tuesday (12). They will be offered 100 vacancies, and, 5% intended for Person With Disabilities (PCD). The contract will last one year and the workload is 40 week hours, with compensation of R $ 2.075,00.

The applicant must sign up exclusively on the internet (Click here to access the website), until 23:59 of 17 from December. No registration fee will be charged.

Following registration at the site, the applicant must print the registration form and make the delivery of the documents for the execution of registration, period not 13 a 18 December 2017, in time from 9am to 12pm and from 13h to 16h, the headquarters of the Municipal Secretariat for Supply, Fairs and Markets (Subsempab), located on the street Carvalho Paes de Andrade, 140, San Francisco, Zona Sul.

Can enroll applicants with a college degree in any field of knowledge, recognized by the Ministry of Education (GUY), fitness for duty and health conditions compatible to carry out the tasks.

The notice containing all the information on the PSS will be published in Official Gazette of the Municipality (JUDGMENT) Monday (11) and will be available for consultation, on Tuesday (12).

Applicants should be aware of all the terms of the notice, to prevent further disorders. The final grade will be the sum of points obtained in the qualifications and experience, and presented in descending order of points.

The selected candidates will be crowded in Subsempab and will develop activities of external nature, on roads and public places.


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